Community Planning Partnership (CPP) was established in
2004 to manage the community planning process in the
city. The Partnership is made up of a number of
key public, private and community organisations with a
Glasgow-wide responsibility or interest.
Community Planning is about ensuring the
public services we all use are delivered in the most
effective was possible. Already many of the city's
key partners are working together to address the needs
of Glasgow's citizens as part of their core business.
However, Community Planning brings the added dimension
of jointly planning services in a way that will ensure
their most effective delivery through partnership.
Community engagement is a key element of Community
Planning as the mechanism to connect service providers
The Glasgow CPP are charged with two key
roles - to promote and advance Community Planning
processes and structures across the city, and to oversee area-based
regeneration services. In addition to these key
roles, the Glasgow CPP are committed to ensuring that
communities are fully engaged in the process of
Further information on the delivery of
Community Planning in Glasgow and who is involved can be
found at the dedicated website: www.glasgowcpp.org.uk.
The Community Planning Partnership in
Glasgow is aided by a support team within the
Partnership and Development section of Glasgow City
The support team has been tasked with assisting
the partners on the delivery of the objectives of
Glasgow's Community Plan, as well as managing area-based
regeneration activities across the whole of the city.
The team in the council supports Community Planning at a city-wide,
area-wide and local level through a network of area
teams. This includes serving the network of 10
local Community Planning Partnership Boards across the
city. Further information on the specific role of
the support team can be found at www.glasgowcpp.org.uk,
or by phoning 0141 287 0060.